Hi,

Is your javascript running when the page is created and then not when you refresh the tab or not at all? How are you adding the javascript to the page?

On 08/05/2013 11:18 AM, saty wrote:
Actually target.add(getPanel()); seems to be doing what i need but i have a
problem here and hoping someone would be able to help, i dont have any great
background in java script stuff, we picked up wicket hoping we dont have to
deal with that.

My JavaScript are not firing
such as..
(jQuery(document).ready(function($) { etc.....)

so several components (such as multi seelct etc) are not rendered correctly,
how can i overcome this?

Appreciate your help



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